How to Enjoy Frozen Treats During the Summer

Summer is a period of very hot weather. The temperature can usually get up to 100 degrees and you can get sweaty sometimes. Cool off by enjoying frozen treats during this time.

Steps

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    Make popsicles. Popsicles are great treats to enjoy in the shade or inside, especially when it's very hot outside. You can also buy them at the store.
    • If the Fourth of July is coming up, make patriotic popsicles. This is a great celebration for independence.
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    Freeze fruits, including strawberries and peaches. When fruits are thoroughly frozen, they are cold, and are especially great-tasting during the hot summer months.
    • Make a Smoothie using frozen fruits. It can include milk or soy milk and a flavor of juice.
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    Make or buy ice cream.
    • Eat an ice cream bar.
    • Make ice cream using an ice cream maker.
    • Visit an ice cream parlor or go to a truck. Get as many scoops as you need to cool yourself down. Add toppings if you want.
    • Make a Milkshake. Add milk, ice cream and your favorite fruits (optional). If you are lactose-intolerant, use soy milk.
    • Make an ice cream sundae.
    • Prepare a banana split.
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    Buy from a frozen-dessert business. Those shops include Ben and Jerry's, Godiva and other frozen-dessert shops. They also sell items like ice-cream and popsicles, which cool your body down.
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    Make iced hot chocolate. People usually only drink hot chocolate in the winter, but it can also be decadent when frozen. Satisfy yourself with an excellent summer treat.

Tips

  • Find items from frozen-dessert businesses at local stores.
  • Add whipped cream to your milkshake, iced hot chocolate or sundae.
  • Buy an ice cream sundae if you can't make one.
  • If making a milkshake with fruit, garnish it with a sample of that fruit.

Article Info

Categories: Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts